Off the Wall Opens ‘The Ins and Outs of Fingers, Spoons, and an Open Marriage’ (Thurs., 2/24/22)

THE INS AND OUTS OF FINGERS, SPOONS, AND AN OPEN MARRIAGE (one-woman show) by Pascale Roger-McKeever. The artist at Carnegie Stage, Feb. 24 -27.

Caught here in a teaching moment, Pascale Roger-McKeever elucidates 'The Ins and Outs of Fingers, Spoons, and an Open Marriage.' (Photo courtesy of off the WALL Productions)

Caught here in a teaching moment, Pascale Roger-McKeever elucidates ‘The Ins and Outs of Fingers, Spoons, and an Open Marriage.’ (Photo courtesy of off the WALL Productions)

Off the WALL Productions, one of the Pittsburgh area’s most adventurous theater companies, has been sorely missed during the long pandemic break. The company rumbles back into action this year by starting with a series of solo shows. First up is a visiting production, written and performed by the French-Canadian whirlwind Pascale Roger-McKeever. Her show—The Ins and Outs of Fingers, Spoons, and an Open Marriage—is titled enigmatically but also precisely. That’s really what it is about. The last aspect has to do with a woman whose husband declares that their marriage should be open. She comes to embrace the proposition with a vigor that perhaps was unexpected. One does expect that patrons of the show ought to leave the children at home. See Roger-McKeever in The Ins and Outs at off the Wall’s Carnegie Stage venue. 8 p.m. 25 W. Main St., Carnegie.